Some have asked me how and when I give my chiliplantor Epsom Salt. Today it was time for chilivård and then I give them both the Epsom Salt and Cave man's Bat Guano fertilizer.
I give my larger plants, those who stand in 4 – 25 liter pots Epsom Salt and Guano was 14 day. Epsom Epsom Salt to make plants grow and become more powerful, enhances chlorophyll production, improves the absorption of phosphorus and nitrogen. And it seem right, some who did not receive this treatment is not as big and strong.
Bat guano is a high-grade fertilizers containing high concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus important microber. It is ideal for plant growth and provides a natural protection against disease. Bat guano is a completely natural manure that it is easier for plants to take up. It also has a soil-enhancing impact as microlivet benefit, the symbiosis between the roots, the mycelium and bacteria to be improved. The plant's ability to take up nutrients in the Earth increases thereby.
When I water the plants as usual I have liquid nutrients in the water, but only a 1/4 part of what is recommended, there is no need to overfeed chili because they still can't take large amounts of nutrients at once.
Here is a little video from today's chilivård in the cellar.